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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Leigh Economic history

    South Leigh Economic history Economic history South Leigh had its own fields and meadows by the 13th century. 36 Until the late 18th century, however, inhabitants of South Leigh and Stanton Harcourt often held strips in the common fields of

    South Leigh Nonconformity

    Nonconformity Nonconformity James Barfoot , who in 1574 bequeathed a tenement in South Leigh to his son William, was a member of a recusant family in North Leigh . 71 Mary Skinner, wife of the lord of South Leigh

    South Leigh Manors and other estates

    South Leigh was already in progress. 7 During 1793 Sibthorp spent much time in South Leigh supervising the enclosure, 8 but thereafter was mostly abroad until his death in 1796 ; 9 most of his estates, including South Leigh ,

    South Leigh Education

    South Leigh Education Education In 1682 a claim that there was an Anabaptist school teacher in South Leigh was denied. 86 In 1727 the curate or vicar of Stanton Harcourt was renting a schoolroom in one of the church houses

    South Leigh Local government

    South Leigh Local government Local government In the 16th century and probably earlier there were two tithings in South Leigh attached to the manors of Stanton Harcourt and Stanton Wyard . 75 Tenants of the Harcourt manor owed suit to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHILDREY, Thomas (c.1350-1407), of Childrey, Berks.

    Balsdon as well as property elsewhere in Berkshire at South Fawley and West Hagbourne, and land at Stokenchurch and South Leigh in Oxfordshire. Then, early in 1375 he came into some property at Sparsholt following the death of his aunt

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her real and per- sonal estate she gives to her executor Lieutenant-ColoneV Lascelles.-Of Mr. John Boulderson Barkworth, late of. South Leigh, near. Havant, Hauts. He directs his trustees to invest ;500. for the benefit of the poor and aged in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street-with-Butrerwvick, Malton ; patron, Hon. Mrs. Meynell-Ing-ram. Rev. C. L. E. Parker, M.A., head master of St. James's School, South Leigh, Witney, to he rector of Stockton, Rugby; patrons, New college, Oxford. Rev. Percival Smith, M.A., vicar of Holy b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rvice shall not be discontinued at any time. INTERISTYNG ANOWItT MURAL PAIN~TING.o- I Last month, the parish church oif South Leigh, near I od e eoend fe etration, for divine sevcb h ihpo aod h church has been entirly r~soaeded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (jeorge Hynaston, ILA.; Rector of Nnthuost, Horsham Patron, the Bishop of London. Drincky ltev. Charles Faliulnor, B.t.; Rector of South Leigh, Devon- hauo. Patron, the Bishop ort Lter, by lapse. Burn Lev. WV. P., L.A, Vicar of br. Pacer'., tancroft, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dora Pease (widow of Mrt E. J. Robinson Pease, and dauaghter of the late Jr. J. Boulderson Barkworth, of South Leigh, bear Nalvant), of Besslewoo, Bull. Th1e servic was full choral. The bride was married in a handsome gown of Subscribers-only content

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